Carley Parsons argues for the value of “fan-girling” when writing, in part since cheering on other authors can serve as a motivator and jealousy-assauger.
John Sibley Williams offers suggestions for a great poetry readings, including prepartion, enunciation, emphasis, and personality.
Even if you can’t adjust the temperature outside, warm up by writing from this week’s creative prompts, focused on peppers and spice.
Research provides a basis for our writing. While some can be as simple as a phone call or a query, what happens when research gets tough?
In honor of the Oscars, this edition of Write Right Now is about movie night. Sift through ten creative prompts, pick one or more, and get writing.
This week’s writing prompts are inspired by the bug. From entomology to etymology, take a few minutes (or more) to appreciate the minute among us, bugs.
A trustworthy critique partner can help a writer in a variety of ways. Andrea Johnson offers tips for finding the right person.
Stephanie Loomis Pappas argues that blog writers should focus on the three things that matter most: their mission, their experience, and their readers.
Although this week’s writing prompts take inspiration from the upcoming ‘Super Blood Wolf Moon’ total lunar eclipse, we hope they serve you well beyond it.